Reporting in the Oct. 14 issue of The American Journal of Medicine, Kristopher Ahn, M.D., and Rukma Govindu, M.D., describe a case of an otherwise healthy 36-year-old African American woman who presents to the emergency department for treatment of a long-lasting skin rash. As her ED visit unfolds, it turns into a complicated, challenging, difficult to diagnose case. Learn more in this featured case study.
NSAIDs are associated with a number of risk factors that can heighten a patient’s risk of major toxicity. Researchers reporting in Arthritis and Rheumatology have come up with a scoring system to measure a patient’s risk of developing major toxicity from NSAID use. (©Sheff,Shutterstock.com)